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09-28-2010, 11:04 PM #1
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A rubbing/humming sound...Can anyone help?
I drive a 94' Suburban and recently I have heard this rubbing/humming sound that can only be heard when going from a dead stop into a creep less then 5mph coming from underneath. I was thinking it has something to do with a rotating part reason being is before the humm was short and would come and go with what sounded like the wheel rotation. What I mean is it sounds like there is a certain point it humm's and then goes away for a split second but then comes back. Recently however the humm isn't short and is a little longer but still goes away and comes back. When I am in reverse I do not hear it at all so it only seems to do it in drive. If anyone has any suggestions as to what it could be, please share. I would like to find it myself and maybe take care of this situation before taking it into a shop.
10-04-2010, 05:07 PM #2
have you tried jacking up each wheel independently and spinning them to find out if you can hear the same sound?
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10-11-2010, 11:20 PM #4
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I have. Actually I jacked up all four, placed on stands and set the car in drive. Nothing, no sound. I think it had to do with the weight of the truck on the tires which led me to think it might be the axles but what part of the axles?
10-12-2010, 08:18 AM #5
Uplanders are known for front end problems .I'm taking it in on friday to have them look at whats making the sound.
10-12-2010, 10:33 AM #6
I had this wierd squeaking noise coming from the rear end of my truck.
I thought it was the wheel bearing maybe.....but eventually my U-Joint was sheered so I changed him out and the sound I was having went away.
In short, inspect the U-joint if you can....
My U-joint was really easy to replace since it was the one at the axle, took all of maybe an hour.....
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